Hearts winger Rudi Skacel has confirmed he would be happy extending his contract with the Tynecastle outfit.
The 32-year-old Czech midfielder signed a six-month deal in August that is due to expire at the end of January.
Former club Slavia Prague have been linked with a move for his signature, however, he is in no rush to leave the SPL club.
Skacel is remaining calm over his future and insists that as long as he is playing regularly then fresh terms can be agreed.
"I'm not looking into the future now. I'm satisfied at Hearts and if I'm playing regularly I believe we will reach an agreement over the contract extension with Mr Romanov," he told iDnes.cz.
"At the time of the agreement me and owner Vladimir Romanov were both satisfied even though I would have preferred a longer contract."
Skacel found the back of the net in Hearts' recent 2-0 win over Celtic and he has declared himself happy with his recent form.
"In October things turned around and I was in the XI against Celtic," he continued. "I scored and then in the first match after the international break I scored again.
"So we'll have to see if I'm in the team to play Rangers on Sunday. We're now playing a 4-3-3 formation while I was used as a central midfielder last season.
"This year I'm now on the right side. You can't be too picky and must be glad to play anywhere. That's why I've been doing my best on the wing."